Walked into a random local pawnshop today and came across a brand new FN303 hanging on the wall. It turns out it is new in box, with 2 mags, the air system, documentation, everything except for the sample rounds. They also had a FN303P (pistol) that I was unaware was even produced. Evidently the pistol is a prototype or early model that is black/black in color with the newer ones being black/yellow. Anyhow, having wanted a 303 since the first time I held one at an event Tom had hosted at the AGD factory (back in 2003), I jumped on the sale and purchased the launcher - blue box and all.
The whole experience was pretty strange. Evidently all the stuff, along with some prototype less lethal 203 style launchers (M16 under barrel mount), and an unusual looking 303 (regarding the M16 handguard) were all pawned by the same guy who claimed to have developed them for the US government. Pics of the launchers and marketing material are below. The magazines look to be for roundball. Anyone know anything about these? The pawn shop owner was keeping the other launchers for himself as was really excited to have them. I agree with him, they are very interesting!
UPDATE: Found this link on AO... http://dev.automags.org/forums/content.php?423-FN303